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    Treated myself to some salmon sushi after a great workout (it's a treat because it's $10 and that's about 10% of my entire spending budget right now). So good!

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    Strawberry salad with balsamic and red onions.
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    Homemade chicken and rice soup. My grubby four year old got me sick. I needed some chicken soup and I only like homemade.

    It's easy, just a lot of chopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed Hour View Post
    *crying* PaDDY's Day: "Padraig" Irish for Patrick. Patty is short for Patricia.

    Can you share your recipe for potato and leek casserole?
    Ohhhhhh...THAT's why my phone kept trying to auto correct it. Lol! I was like "no dumb auto correct". Durrrr.

    Casserole: chopped up the leeks and a yellow onion and sliced Yukon gold potatoes decently thin. Sautéed all three in olive oil till the onions and leeks were soft. Drained all on a paper towel.

    Made a thin bechamel sauce with half milk and half chicken stock. Buttered the casserole dish and spooned in a layer of the potato/leek/onion mix. Ladeled sauce over the mixture and covered it with a layer or shredded Dubliner and gruyere (sp?) cheeses. (You could add the cheeses to the sauce but the Dubliner makes it grainy IMO.) Repeat layers till you reach about 3/4" from the top of the dish. It bubbles when you bake it. Bake at 375 for about 20-25 mins.

    Actual bake time will depend on how thick you sliced your potatoes and how long you sautéed them. That's why I slice them decently thin so they're cooked most of the way thru in the sauté process.

    I usually don't do leeks but I did for Paddy's day. I usually add bacon pieces and chives in the layering process before the sauce. And sometimes I add bread crumbs to the top right at the end of baking for some added texture.
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    KFC original recipe chicken , mashed potatoes, coleslaw. Coincidentally, I'm watching the South Park where kfc becomes illegal and medical marijuana is legal.
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    Homemade vegetarian chili over a sweet potato with some tahini on top. Fucking delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwgirl View Post
    Ohhhhhh...THAT's why my phone kept trying to auto correct it. Lol! I was like "no dumb auto correct". Durrrr.

    Casserole: chopped up the leeks and a yellow onion and sliced Yukon gold potatoes decently thin. Sautéed all three in olive oil till the onions and leeks were soft. Drained all on a paper towel.

    Made a thin bechamel sauce with half milk and half chicken stock. Buttered the casserole dish and spooned in a layer of the potato/leek/onion mix. Ladeled sauce over the mixture and covered it with a layer or shredded Dubliner and gruyere (sp?) cheeses. (You could add the cheeses to the sauce but the Dubliner makes it grainy IMO.) Repeat layers till you reach about 3/4" from the top of the dish. It bubbles when you bake it. Bake at 375 for about 20-25 mins.

    Actual bake time will depend on how thick you sliced your potatoes and how long you sautéed them. That's why I slice them decently thin so they're cooked most of the way thru in the sauté process.

    I usually don't do leeks but I did for Paddy's day. I usually add bacon pieces and chives in the layering process before the sauce. And sometimes I add bread crumbs to the top right at the end of baking for some added texture.
    Thank you! Sounds delicious. I'll need to play with it a little to lower the fat, it makes me dump.

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    Chicken tikka masala. It's decent but a bit on the bland side. Well the flavor is good but I was expecting a bit more heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed Hour View Post
    Thank you! Sounds delicious. I'll need to play with it a little to lower the fat, it makes me dump.
    Oh ya, definitely. I don't eat but literally a spoonful. I just like to cook. I ate the shit out of the corned beef though. Protein!!!!
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    Cracked pepper turkey and pepperjack cheese on an everything bagel.
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    Fries and chocolate cake, a hearty dinner. I'm PMSing to the extreme and I fucking need this.
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    A big fat salad with imitation crab, bacon bits, avacado, romaine lettuce with a homemade lemon vinagrette dressing. Oh yeah, and asiago focaccia croutons. I love my salads so very much. Years ago a salad was just the thing that came before the rest of my meal. Half the time nowadays it IS my meal.
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    I'm not nwgirl, but found this:

    Potato Leek Gratin Recipe - NYT Cooking

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    Leftovers.Roasted pork, rice pilaf, and green beans.
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    Cauliflower and sweet potato mash, topped with cranberry sauce. And a glass of wine to forget the day.

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